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Mike Buesseler's Polymer Clay Gallery

and Collected Miscellany

The image above is a scan of a polymer clay pin I made several years ago when I still lived in Alaska.  It's called Sleeping Lady, the local name for Mt. Susitna. This is the way it looks from Anchorage sometimes, in the late summer subarctic light.  It's one of my favorite pins and one of my favorite scenes on the planet.  Here are a few more pins, landscapes, most of them inspired by living in Alaska for 25 years. These are thumbnails. Click on an image to see a larger version.

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These pins are from my own collection.  They are not for sale, and I will not be making any more just like them.  I expect I will make more landscapes sometime, and I will display them here when I do. In the meantime, I am on to other things...

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